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People Are Appalled That Trump Said Troops Who Get Hit By An IED “Go For A Little Ride”

"It should be a requirement that in order to direct troops in harm's way, one should have first faced it themselves.

Suicide in the military is a growing concern and in 2012, more troops died by their own hand than in combat.   There are men and women devoted to helping veterans through their darkest hours. They work at the Veterans Crisis Line, the national suicide prevention hotline run by the US Department of Veterans Affairs.  Four of them sat down for StoryCorps to talk about their most memorable calls.    Listen here…

Suicide in the military is a growing concern and in 2012, more troops died by their own hand than in combat. There are men and women devoted to helping veterans through their darkest hours. They work at the Veterans Crisis Line, the national suicide prevention hotline run by the US Department of Veterans Affairs. Four of them sat down for StoryCorps to talk about their most memorable calls. Listen here…

I'm crying. This is how our Marines honor each other with respect. How does the president honor them...cutting or stopping their pay. Think About It!!!

Too many feels…

Very sad but amazing all at the same time. I wish all people in this world could be as thoughtful as this man was. He did not think of himself, just did what he had to to make this man happy as he died.

Three U.S. Special Forces troops died and two others were injured Wednesday when they came under attack during a patrol in Niger, U.S.…

3 U.S. Green Berets killed in Niger attack

Three U.S. Special Forces troops died and two others were injured Wednesday when they came under attack during a patrol in Niger, U.S.…

Isaiah Dorman was born free in Philadelphia in 1832. He arrived in California between 1849 and 1853 as the body servant of U.S. Army officer Alfred Sully, who was stationed at Monterey. He remained withIsaiah Dorman was born free in Philadelphia in 1832. He arrived in California between 1849 and 1853 as the body servant of U.S. Army officer Alfred Sully, who was stationed at Monterey. He remained with Sully during the Civil War when he commanded U.S. Troops in the Dakota Territory. By the…

Isaiah Dorman was born free in Philadelphia in 1832. He arrived in California between 1849 and 1853 as the body servant of U.S. Army officer Alfred Sully, who was stationed at Monterey. He remained withIsaiah Dorman was born free in Philadelphia in 1832. He arrived in California between 1849 and 1853 as the body servant of U.S. Army officer Alfred Sully, who was stationed at Monterey. He remained with Sully during the Civil War when he commanded U.S. Troops in the Dakota Territory. By the…

On July 3, 1863, 34-year-old Lt. Colonel Isaac E. Avery of the 6th North Carolina State Troops died from mortal wounds he received the previous day. Shot in the neck and partially paralyzed during the Battle of Gettysburg, the Burke County native was unable to speak on his deathbed.

On July 3, 1863, 34-year-old Lt. Colonel Isaac E. Avery of the 6th North Carolina State Troops died from mortal wounds he received the previous day. Shot in the neck and partially paralyzed during the Battle of Gettysburg, the Burke County native was unable to speak on his deathbed.

Henry Allen Turpin Co. C 62nd NC State Troops, died of remittent fever at Camp Douglas POW Camp in Chicago, Illinois. Thanks to Greg Mast

Henry Allen Turpin Co. C NC State Troops, died of remittent fever at Camp Douglas POW Camp in Chicago, Illinois. Thanks to Greg Mast (But the epaulets are Union))

Take time today to reflect on How this nation received Independence, and the Sacrifices made by many to keep it that way.  Thank you to my Son, Travis Sigmon for choosing the path less traveled and for doing what you do. It takes a real man to put the needs of others before his own. Happy Independence Day, America.

Dog tags signifying each Marine killed in action that has passed through School of Infantry East, are displayed on a memorial in the entrance of Ivy Hall When I go there I will be sure to pay my respects… by nanette

ROLL OF HONOR   Dedicated to the honorable soldiers that fought and died for their beliefs and the Southern cause.   The information here has been provided by the members of the reactivated 28th Regiment, North Carolina Troops, and other proud descendants; who wish to express their appreciation and gratitude for their forefathers.

ROLL OF HONOR Dedicated to the honorable soldiers that fought and died for their beliefs and the Southern cause. The information here has been provided by the members of the reactivated 28th Regiment, North Carolina Troops, and other proud descendants; who wish to express their appreciation and gratitude for their forefathers.

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